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joshnathan

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joshnathan says:

Motorcycle alarm for CBF125

Hello All,

I've been looking at a lot of alarms the hawk, cycle etc and i dont know what to get or what to do.
I've only got a cbf 125 that i have a large 13mm chain on (mammoth) and a cover over when i'm not riding. The bike when it can be is chained to a lamppost. 

I want an alarm / immobiliser and i want to know what you guys think i should go for.

Warm Regards,
joshua

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  • Posted 2 years ago (04 August 2012 17:00)

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

alarms

won`t stop thieves with balaclavas on and a sound proof van,stick to a chain & padlock like the almax series 4 which cannot be hand cropped and not  like your mammoth chain which can.:shock:

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fogie

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fogie says:

alarms.......

Honestly matey, if you don't have to have an alarm fitted for insurance purposes, then don't bother.... usually more trouble than they are worth.

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

alarms

as fogie says,i`ve had them all and all a pain in the neck.

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Alarms are a

complete waste of time - they tend to be ignored due to false alarms / false triggering.

Stick to a decent chain, and when you lock it up, try as far as possible to keep your chain above ground level (it gives less leverage to bolt croppers).

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